Dunblane Hydro Hotel (Scotland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... communal areas. The Balmoral restaurant, with the discoloured carpeting and dated decor, serves a staple diet of food which appear to be mass produced for ease of service, rather than any skilful culinary expectation. Staff were generally friendly and approachable. The cleaners and room servants all stopped to wish you the day's greetings. when you squeezed past them in the narrow corridors outside your bedroom. The rooms are large with king-size beds and cable TV though you wouldn't expect anything less from a Hilton. For time-out, try the health spa which is free for residents and provides ample opportunity to unwind from the hours yo... more
Customer Dunblane Hydro Hotel (Scotland) Reviews (3)
by - written on 31/12/08 (Useful, 49 readings)
Tired, worn and dated are words many would use to describe the Dunblane Hydro, owned by Hilton Hotels. Due for a refit in late 2009, the hotel is, indeed, badly in need of refurbishment in the communal areas. The Balmoral restaurant, with the discoloured carpeting and dated decor, serves a staple diet of food which appear to be mass produced for ease of service, rather than any skilful culinary expectation. Staff were generally friendly and approachable. The cleaners and room servants all stopped to wish you the day's greetings. when you squeezed past them in the narrow corridors outside your bedroom. The rooms are large with king-size ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/08 (Very useful, 100 readings)
The Dunblane Hydro Hotel is a 4 star hotel, situated in the Perthshire countryside overlooking the historic city of Dunblane. Unfortunately Dunblane is perhaps best known now for the 1996 massacre of 16 young school children and their teacher in Dunblane Primary School, but the history of the town dated back to the around the late 6th century. The hotel itself is situated on the top of a hill, surrounded by 10 acres of grounds, overlooking the historic town. The building was first opened as the Dunblane Hydropathic Establishment in 1878 to capitalise on the medicinal value of the local spring water. The original hotel contained a number of different types of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/04/07 (Very useful, 204 readings)
Who could resist staying at this famous and majestic hotel, stunningly situated in over 10 acres of glorious landscaped grounds, on a hill overlooking Dunblane and the surrounding Perthshire countryside? Dunblane is one of Britainís smallest cities, as it has a Cathedral, well worth a visit, but sadly Dunblane is remembered for the massacre that happened on my birthday in 1996. A day I wonít forget. It was the reason I had celebrated a birthday that I was here though! A time to pamper myself, relax and enjoy retirement. Easily reached by train from Edinburgh or Glasgow or by good road links we used TOMTOM and he guided as safely to the curved driveway, giving ... Read the complete review
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